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In this edition of the Voice, journalist Ralph Wiley speaks at a first year form hosted in McGaw Chapel. The college announces the discontinuation of the dance program and the cutting of Kimberly Tritt’s position. In a section titled “What do you do with a major in…” an article describes what Urban Studies majors go onto after their time at Wooster. A viewpoint talks about a “liberal bias” in the Voice. Additionally, The Write Brothers, winners of the 1987 International Mime and Clown Festival, are set to visit the College.
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Ralph Wiley, McGaw Chapel, journalism, Ralph Wiley at the College of Wooster, the College of Wooster, the College of Wooster dance program, Wooster theatre and dance, Kimberly Tritt, Urban Studies major, Urban studies at the College of Wooster, liberal bias, dance, college dance, the Write Brothers, International Mime and Clown Festival, mines, clowns
Wiley, Ralph; Journalism; Dance; Dance programs; dance programs; Sociology, Urban--Case studies; Urban renewal--Case studies; Cities and towns--Study and teaching; Mimes; Clowns
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1992-10-16" (1992). The Voice: 1991-2000. 48.